Toy Condition Loose, Incomplete (missing robot gun), Good Condition (normal wear), No Tech Spec
Toy Photos
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Robot Mode Vehicle Mode
Merges with Afterburner, Lightspeed, Scattershot, Strafe
Box Art Currently Unavailable
Instructions Currently Unavailable
Tech Spec Image Courtesy of the Hartmans
Tech Spec Data 
 Nosecone           Function: Assault Vehicle       Group: Technobot
  "It's not whose the fastest; it's who reaches the finish line."
    | Stren. | Intel. | Speed | Endur. | Rank | Cour. | Firep. | Skill |
        7        6        3       9        5      8       7        7

    He makes enemy fortifications look like walls of swiss cheese by
    the time he's finished with them. Slow and methodical - weathers
    artillery fire with the same calm he endures criticism of his
    apparent laziness. In vehicle mode, durabyllium - steel alloy drill
    can pierce almost any material; 2 rocket-propelled missiles use
    vidicon cameras to lock onto targets. In robot mode, has X-ray
    laser pistol. Combines with fellow Technobots to form Computron.
Toy Review 
Color Scheme:
Dark brown, yellow, and off-white with an orange cockpit. A silver paint or chrome coat on the drill part would have been nice, but I'm glad there's no paint chipping to deal with too.
Robot Mode:
As usual, a single leg unit meant to look like two legs, solid arms that rotate at the shoulders, and a tiny little block head. It seems to "work" a little better for him than for Lightspeed or Afterburner, though.
Vehicle Mode:
Drill-tank. Pretty much what you would think of if someone said to think of a combination of a tank and a driller.
Fold down the legs, and fold back the drill, and that's it. Looks best with arms slightly raised.